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Research Help

Full time library staff are available Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 7:00 pm, and Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm to assist with reference and research needs.

Study space

Study carrels and tables are available in the library for quiet study. Full-time students in Conrad Grebel University College graduate programs can reserve carrels on a first-come first-served basis. However, if the grad student is not occupying their reserved carrel, it is free for anyone to use.

Computer and wireless access

Public computers with Internet connections and the Microsoft Office suite are available. Come prepared to save your work to an external drive as public terminal hard drives are wiped nightly.

The library subscribes to many journals and other resources in electronic format. Access to most of these electronic resources is available to anyone using a public workstation in the library.

Eduroam is a collaborative network that enables students, staff and faculty of a member institution to connect their personal computer devices to the wireless network at any partner institution in the same way as they do at their home institution. There is a brief description and instructions from Information Systems & Technology for the first steps in setting up your computer.

Copying and scanning

The library photocopier near the circulation desk is equipped to accept Watcard payment. If you do not have a Watcard, make arrangements with the circulation desk to pay cash (10 cents per printed page).

A scanner is available for use in the Lorraine Roth reading room. Save scans to a USB, or email them to yourself.

Printing

The library photocopier will accept print requests through uprint. If you cannot access uprint, a printer at the library circulation desk can be used at a cost of 10 cents per printed page; double sided printing is 20 cents per page (cash only).

Food in the library

Please do not bring food to the library. Drinks are allowed in closed containers. Because our library contains an archives, we need to be very cautious about the presence of food and drink. Thank you for your cooperation.

Book returns & delivery

Books taken out of the Milton Good Library (except for Reserves) may be returned to any of the TUG libraries or their designated book deposit boxes. A daily delivery system returns materials to the owning library. The Milton Good Library can be designated as the pickup location for books requested by means of a hold or recall in PRIMO, and articles or books requested through the Interlibrary Loan Service (RACER).

Microform, video and audio equipment

A reader that can print or scan microform documents is available. CD players, cassette players and a record player are available for listening to sound recordings. Video tapes and DVDs can be viewed in the library.

Mennonite Archives of Ontario

For archives hours and services, see the Mennonite Archives of Ontario webpage.

Library Acquisitions Policy

Details of the library acquisitions policy are described in the following document: Milton Good Library Acquisitions Policy (in pdf)

Mission and Foundational Policies

The library's mission and foundational policies are described in the following document: Milton Good Library Mission and Foundational Policies (in pdf)